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nding debris in the air. the entire airport was shut down during this initial cleanup. one runway remains closed as federal investigators head over to the scene. >> look at this scary cell phone video from chicago this afternoon. passengers had to evacuate when an american airlines plane caught fire on the tarmac at o'hare international. the passengers say it was remarkably calm considering the circumstances. with the only real anger directed at passengers who were holding everyone up trying to grab their carry-on bags from the overhead bins. american says flight 383 bound for miami developed a mechanical problem during takeoff and had to abort. 161 passengers and nine crew members scrambled to get off the plane using emergency slides. eight people were injured but not seriously. >> unusual and strange. two incidents like this on the same day. good evening. >> now to a murder mystery in
this east bay. the victim a high-powered attorney killed on the porch of his bay area home. >> it happened just before 9:00 last night. we have a live report with the story. eric? >> jim's attorney client list include kd oracle apple and tony and outcast. as you mentioned he was gunned down just outside of his front door. police have little to work. that's why they are asking for the public's help. >> we hope there are people who have cameras maybe on their homes or businesses maybe have seen a car going by possibly a high-rate of speed at that time of the night. >> this group of young people took flowers to the home. a partner in the law office. he was 62 and gunned down on the front porch of his house last night.
police got the call just before 9:00 p.m. >> started cpr, paramedics arrived shortly thereafter. it was not successful. he succumb to his injuries. >> reporter: he handled cases for giants including apple and oracle. his firm released this statement saying jim was an absolute pillar of our law firm. he was our trusted colleague and close friend, as well as a mentor and role model to many. jim will be missed deeply. police investigators say right now they don't have much to go on. >> as of now, there's no suspect information. there's no motive that is known to us no witnesses. >> reporter: obviously, investigators will have to consider whether a disgruntled client could be behind the murder but will need the public's help. >> by nature the law profession is confidential. if there is someone that knows a case he was involved with will have to call us. >> reporter: they hope the call comes before the trail gets any colder. abc 7 news.
now to the storm watch. a life look from our camera. it shows the calm between the storms. more rain and high winds expected this weekend. spencer christian is here with a look ahead. the moment we have a lot of clouds but not much rain. doppler 7, little spotty shower activity right now. those areas will dissipate during the overnight hours. storm totals are impressive and uniform. anywhere from three quarters of an inch to an inch and a half in many locations. let's look at the next storm which will be moving in. forecast animation starts at 8:00 at which point we will see light scattered showers. those start tomorrow morning. nice break during most of the day. late tomorrow night we will see next wave of moderate to heavy rain move to the north bay. that's just the beginning of what could be some pretty turbulent weather overnight in to sunday. a closer look at what to expect for the entire weekend in just a
moment. >> look forward to that. abc 7 news was in concord at a pumpkin patch. they say the rain has hurt business but not the halloween pumpkins and they are ready for a busy weekend. abc 7 news reporter is joining us live with a look at what weekend events the weather will impact there. >> the american cancer society has a big outdoor event planned here tomorrow. as many as 15,000 people participating in a 5k walk rain or shine. you can see they have proactively put up some tents but storms do happen. it rained so hard at times is overwhelmed drans and flooded streets. one lane across from kelly park turned in to a small lake prompting quick lane changes for some drivers and others plowed through the standing water. the guadalupe river serves for run off to the san francisco bay. it carried with it empty bottles
that appear to have been swept away by encampments up stream. >> cupertino closed athletic fields this afternoon. this is creek side park which has three fields. tents were going up for a saturday event. making strides walk a fund-raiser for the american cancer society of silicon valley. volunteers and staff across soggy grass in boots undeterred by the storm. they have been through it before. >> a few years ago it was a torrential downpour and it was a fun, fabulous event. i think with the passion with the survivors their caregivers families and supporters nothing can get us down. >> reporter: 15,000 people are expected to turn out. >> i don't think the weather will impact the turnout at all. this is an amazing cause. i'm a breast cancer survivor myself. survivors, as a whole and their supporters will be here tomorrow for this event, rain or shine.
>> the rain is making these strawberries the last of the season. >> too much rain at one time hits the strawberries. no one wants to pick mushy strawberries. that is what happens. >> david louie, abc 7 news. >> now we captured the rain and wind earlier today from our camera that sits on mount tam. >> we had a lot of rain in marin county today. a steady rain not a lot of heavy rain. two inches this week. one inch today and yet the county seems to have survived it just fine. hard to believe but here it is. cascade falls on this fine october day. after years of drought this would be a spectacular sight. >> is it supposed to rain this
time of year? >> no. >> it has and did. two inches for the week 260% of normal for this time of the year. imagine bringing in your friend from drought-ravaged southern california and having her witness this. >> i hope it gets down to southern california. >> marin county appeared to spend much of the day as if in a cloud, not a vicious or mean cloud but a cloud that's become a persistent unexpected early arriving guest. streams begun to trickle. reservoirs appear to be filling. our automobiles are dirty and our halloween decorations wet. >> worried about halloween. >> worried about it? >> rain is a possibility. >> this is nothing. >> is this an anomaly or a precursor of the winter to come a drop at a time, a storm at a time? abc 7 news. >> now rain is in the forecast all weekend long.
you can track the storm with the abc 7 news app. we have live doppler 7 on the app and you can enable push alerts to get weather advisories on your phone or tablet. traffic is moving on the bay bridge after an accident that paralyzed drivers all over san francisco for hours. let's take a live look from our south beach camera. you can see traffic moving again. kind of looks like a typical friday evening commute. it is moving slowly. thousands of drivers tried to get out of san francisco or anywhere near the bay bridge and were trapped in traffic for hours, just barely moving. big rig lost control in the rain and slammed in to the wall blocking three lanes on the lower deck of the bay bridge. >> the on ramp at first and harrison was closed and the bay bridge was reduced to one lane. that's intensified traffic on san francisco streets. >> the oil spilled on the pavement which is part of why the cleanup took so long. the driver of the truck wasn't hurt. many took to social media to
share their experiences or nightmares. abc 7 news anchor is here with a sampling of what drivers were posting about. >> #bay bridge was heavily used today and not for anything good. we saw tweets and instagram posts from people sharing long drive times on their apps. this is going to be fun. my favorite bus driver is working today. we saw destiny's instagram picture saying three hours in standstill traffic but i guess you have to enjoy the beauty around you. rebecca's tweet griping about other drivers ignoring traffic laws. she asked this guy, right here why are you in the middle of two lanes? i asked some people about their drive times. >> i'd say 45 minutes. >> i took b.a.r.t. >> >> how was that? >> fine.
>> do you feel bad for people that drove. >> i do. that's why i don't drive. >> he said never what a good time when multiple people get out of their cars. the only ones that can't didn't seem to mind were the canine commuters an they took the opportunity of biking to work. less than two weeks before election day. an announcement by the fbi could have an impact on the presidential race. >> how both candidates are reacting to news that the investigation in to hillary clinton's e-mails isn't over. this san francisco sky scraper is sinking and tilting. why the problem may not be confined to one building. we worked our whole lives at in seconds gone. tonight, find out how you can help this family get back what was taken just in time for halloween.
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received new information about a planned building hundreds of feet away which was cancelled because experts warned it too would sink. we have a live report from city hall with the story. >> good evening. the building was supposed to be built at 80 natoma street but outside consultants said the building would have some settlement problems. the question is why did the city scrub that building project and allow millennium towers to be built? that's a question the supervisor and many others would like answered. >> how many feet apart is 301 mission street from 80 natoma. >> the hearing is focused on whether the developers concealed information about the tilting and sinking from those who bought the luxury condos. the 45-story high-rise on 301 mission is sinking 16 inches and tilting several inches to the
northwest. supervisor's target is the city's department of building inspections. did the city agency know about the unexpected settling? if so when and what did the agency do about it? he said he had learned that a planned high-rise hundreds of feet away at 80 natoma was scrapped by city inspectors in 2004 when they learned it had similar settling problems. >> a credible geo technical engineer expressed the building that the building could settle nine to 11 inches. >> the building was considered too dangerous to build. peskin said not so on the 301 tower. >> everyone knew it was suffering from the game geo technical problems that 80 natoma was suffering from. >> and then this relation. >> interestingly enough some of the geo technical engineers that were used in that project are
the same ones here. >> reporter: building inspection officials announced one important change in protocol no longer will consultants hired by developers be part of the peer review of new buildings. the entire panel will consist of consultants hired by the city. >> americans set a record for the highest gas consumption in six months this year. drivers used 78 billion gallons of gas january to june. 3% more than last year. california drivers used more gas than any other state, 10% of the overall total. over the past decade diesel emissions from trucks and ships have dropped significantly, down 53 to 98%. the port credits newer trucks cleaner engines and new requirements on emissions standards. it will help reduce the health risk from diesel emissions. vandals broke in to a haunted house stealing thousands
of dollars worth of props and equipment. now the owners are busy making repairs before the crowds return tonight for the weekend. abc 7 news reporter chris has the story. >> for this father and son duo in san jose the past two days have been frustrated. >> props we spent hours on destroy in seconds. it leaves you heart broken. >> reporter: wednesday morning someone broke in to the haunted house stealing thousands of dollars worth of sound equipment and decorations. >> our own blood sweat and tears went in to some of this stuff. it hits home when someone comes and tries to take it from you if you will. >> they started the haunt in their backyard 20 years ago. it has been a halloween tradition that many looked forward to. this year mike and his father decided to turn it in to a business spending $100,000 to build it out with the goal of breaking even. >> every day we wake up and pinch ourselves that we did
this. >> despite the break in they are focused on staying positive. they spent the day making repairs to the damage done ahead of what is expected to be the busiest weekend. >> when you see somebody come in terrified and know they had the time of their lives. their facial expressions are priceless. >> a go fund me account has been set up to help the family recover what was stolen. >> not how you get knocked down but how you get back up. >> a family wanting to spread the halloween spirit for many years to come. in san jose abc 7 news. >> scary. >> the haunted house reopens in less than an hour at 7 p.m. we have posted a link to the go fund me page on the website. to donate go to abc7news.com. a lot of fun. the accuweather forecast live doppler 7 showing a few spots of widely scattered showers. that will be the pattern through
the evening hours in to tomorrow morning. there's another storm coming our way for the weekend. look at current conditions. this is the current view from the rooftop camera. it is cloudy in most parts of the bay area. currently 63 in san francisco. upper 60s oakland, mountain view gilroy 61 at half moon bay. dark and cloudy western sky, a few bright spots after sunset. these are current readings in the north bay. 64 napa, 63 novato. fairfield mid-60s and concord and livermore. cloudy at the golden gate bridge. look at the forecast future. scattered showers will continue through tomorrow morning or in to tomorrow morning. next storm arrives tomorrow night with heavy rain at times. on sunday morning accompanied by strong gusty winds. here's a look at the overnight conditions. we will see a few pockets of scattered showers moving through. early morning lows will be in
the upper 50s. pretty mild as it has been the last few overnights. tomorrow impact scale indicates the approaching storm ranks a one, light intensity. expected to produce downpours sunday morning. slight chance of thunder. winds may gust as high as 40 miles an hour. here's the animation. 7 tomorrow morning, much of the day will be dry with occasional passing shower. tomorrow night at 11:00, we will see the next wave of stormy weather push in to the north bay. it will be more expansive as we get in to the overnight and early-morning hours. by 8:00 sunday morning it will be a mess if this computer model holds up. we will see heavy downpours, strong gusty winds. a lot of rain blanketing the bay area.
rainfall totals between a half an inch and an inch and a quarter. skip ahead to tomorrow. highs will range from low to mid-60s for the most part. highs up to 70 in the inland east bay. skip ahead to monday. halloween and this is trick or treating forecast. notice most of the day in to the late afternoon we expect dry conditions. get your trick or treating in before 8 p.m. and we will probably do it under dry conditions. after 8, it could be a soggy ghost or goblin. the storm ranks one on the storm impact scale. conditions could be turbulent on sunday. second rain system comes in late monday night in to early tuesday. that ranks one on the impact scale. storm of light intensity. the remainder of the week partly to mostly cloudy milder toward the end of the week and
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b.a.r.t. is using star power to get people to taim take its trains. green calls b.a.r.t. a backbone of the bay area. the roads in two california counties devastated by wildfire last year will be repaved using recycled tires. fire destroyed 200,000 acres. the program will repave two miles of roads and
a half mile in in another county. >> it is a great road material. it is a two for one project we've got going and helps the communities get on their after devastating fires. >> the waste tire management program was started not long after 7 million fires caught fire in tracey in '88. >> a huge fire. the young woman at the center of the police sex scandal that rocked law enforcement agencies has a new life now. >> that 0 life comes with security precautions that may not be warranted. we have information in an i-team report next. next you will hear how both candidates are reacting to news the fbi's investigation in to hillary clinton's e
private e-mail server. >> sources confirmed the probe was prompted by an unrelated federal investigation in to clinton aide hue ma ail bedean's estranged husband anthony weiner. >> she took three questions in iowa. one reporter asked if she has spoken to abedin about what may have been in those e-mails. >> we have heard these rumors and don't know what to believe. i'm sure there will be more rumors. that's why it is incumbent upon the fbi to tell us what they are talking about, jeff. right now your guess is as good as mine. i don't think that's good enough. >> donald trump pounced on the announcement while at a rally in new hampshire. >> the fbi and the department of justice are now willing to have the courage to right the horrible mistake that they made. >> the fbi has not officially
reownen reopened investigation. comey's letter said they will allow them to review the letters and did not say how long it would take to complete the additional work and it's not clear if he will address it before election day. a valuable tool at abc7news.com/politics to help you prepare for election day. click on the your voice, your vote. and a comprehensive resource will show you the candidates and the measures on your local ballot. the teenager victim of sex trafficking whose accusations rocked several law enforcement agencies this summer has a new life now. >> she got there in a controversial way, involved armed guards bulletproof vests and safe houses. >> is she actually getting death threats? >> her lawyer says no but he is concerned about the traffic he is seeing on the internet. they have taken extreme measures to protect her. from the first time i met her in
june jasmine has been open about her difficult upbringing that led her to tattoo self made on her hands and encounters with police officers. >> three out of 30 paid me. >> only three out of 30. why did you have sex with the other ones. >> perks. >> she has been open about her daily drug use, even texting me pictures. two months ago, she voluntarily checked herself in to a florida rehab but her attorney said she was not allowed to call her mom and dad and when she tried to leave after three days staff tried to inject her with a sedative. >> one person grabbed her. she is in a bear hug to administer this drug. she doesn't know what it is so she bit this guy. >> reporter: she was charged with felony aggravated battery but reduced to a misdemeanor, freed her from jail and brought her and her father back that
same night. >> what precautions did you take bulletproof vests, guards? >> all of that. >> really. >> had she gotten any actual threats of violence? >> well i can't say there are any threats, but there's enough traffic out there for us to be concerned. >> traffic meaning -- >> there's noise on the net. >> social media. >> that kind of thing. >> yeah. >> jasmine messaged me earlier this month, they are scaring me that ima get killed. armed security guards 24/seven. a bulletproof vest and limits on phone calls and visits even from family. >> never encountered a case where we have seen that happen. >> former federal prosecutor and abc 7 legal analyst questioned such tight security. >> if they don't have reason to do it why are they doing it? for her sake for their sake
are they doing it to keep her as close to the vest as they can? >> he says the extreme measures have worked. jasmine has kicked her drug habit and is preparing to go back to school. >> i can just imagine an 18 19-year-old couped up in a house for weeks on end. did she get antsy, try to run away. >> she is cooperative. >> jasmine side said she tried to run from the safe house. hiding in the bushes but they got me and her family tried to take me home after lunch in that navato. >> physchotherapist becca barnette treats victims of sexual trauma. >> she needs to be with her family even if they haven't been the best parents, at least those are people she has connections with. >> reporter: jasmine has been pushing back. ten days ago after an interview
with the d.a.'s office, she insisted on leaving lawyers and security behind and went to reno with her family. she sent this picture and wrote no clubbing lol. when i was in the casino i said no to the complimentary drinks and i'm staying away from the boys. her father believes the lawyers were trying to run up the bills with security. that is changing when an attorney took over the case and will work with the other attorney. pamela price is out. >> thank you. coming up next, michael finney helps a woman fix a crack in her car and find out whose fault it is. if you want to rock 'n' roll all night this
a lot of drivers are sticklers about keeping their cars in perfect shape. a small businesswoman says she treated her car like a baby but ran in to trouble. >> which is why she got help from michael finney. >> if you love your car -- this viewer is especially careful. this is the first luxury car she's ever own. she hardly drives it and has it
cleaned every friday. that's actually what helped to lead to this unforeseen problem. she puts a lot of love in to her san francisco catering business. >> a lot of fajitas. >> reporter: she puts a lot of love in to her new mercedes suv. >> this car for me is as adored as my son. >> she parks it far from traffic, hardly drives it. >> i take my car to be washed every week because i love my car. >> reporter: all of that tlc wasn't enough. >> i never thought anything could happen in a car wash. >> reporter: she brought her car to auto city car wash. when her car came out of the car wash she noticed the crew was staring at it. the moon roof was cracked. >> it wasn't cracked when i came here what happened? she said the manager agreed to pay for the repair so she had it
fixed, $1433.77. >> however when presented the bill auto city claimed the glass was damaged before she brought it to the car wash. >> i said no this car is in perfect condition. >> reporter: she said she kept demanding payment but no one responded. >> i was watching the news on abc and saw 7 on your side. >> we asked auto city about her claim. the owner told us his company washes all cars by hand no machinery could have broken the glass. he said. small, sometimes imper acceptable imperfections in glass can cause this when water is applied. we hand wash all cars and do not use brushes or other equipment that touches cars inside of the car wash tunnel. however, auto city paid the claim in the interest of good customer service. >> i thought a miracle happened. i couldn't believe i got the
money back. >> she is extremely grateful the car wash stepped up and i want to thank them too. thanks. i want to hear from you. the 7 on your side hotline is open monday to friday 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. you can also reach me through my facebook page and abc7news.com. >> all right. thank
you, michael. coming up next java punk. >> the east bay's green day disrupts
two things people get passionate about are comusic and coffee. >> a man who has won grammys for his music is hoping to make as big of an impact with his cup of joe. >> it is all starting right in our backyard. ♪ >> mike dirt has a sweet gig. >> i'm the bass player for the band green day. >> i can't exist without great coffee. >> over the years it's become an obsession. >> that obsession has turned in to a business. >> come on down. the best coffee in town.
oakland coffee is launching a blend at costco stores. >> we are not in to the tangy or burnt thing. a earthy full-bodied cup of coffee. >> beyond the flavor. >> delicious. >> what's it taste like? >> real coffee. >> something else he claims is a world first. >> all of our bags are made from cornstarches and plant-based. >> they go in the compost including the plastic valve. >> only bag on the planet. >> oakland coffee is taking on another challenge. a new waste that is taking over possibly the single biggest problem in coffee right now, these single serving coffee pots, sold here by the hundreds. >> it is billions and billions. 15 billion a year go and fill up land fills. >> oakland coffee teamed up with san francisco bay coffee to make a pod that won't wind up here.
>> a product that 100% compostable. throw it in the green bin. three weeks it's dead. >> they will be selling those in a month. for now they come in 12-ounce bags. >> you would be amazed how many hours are in the day when you have good coffee in your hand. >> especially when signed by the art itself himself. jonathon blume, abc 7 news. >> that is neat. despite the rain the bay area is obviously a beautiful place to live. maybe more so in the rain. >> jeffrey captured this double rainbow in fremont tonight and posted it on-line with the #abc 7 which helped us to find and feature it on tv. spencer is back with a witchy forecast. >> for sure. with halloween coming up. the rain will make things more beautiful. many places that have been brown will be green. little green on the screen. few spotty showers lingering. tomorrow we may have some morning showers. later in the day mostly cloudy
and dry. highs in the 60s. few low 70s milder inland locations. the storm coming our way bringing rain to the bay area will produce snow in the area. saturday in to sunday evening a winter storm watch. one to two feet of snow 7,000 feet and back to the bay area. our bewitching forecast for halloween. the day will be mainly dry, although a lot of clouds around. as monday evening approaches so wll rainfall. get trick or treating in early if you don't want to get wet. >> you said you water proofed your costume, right? >> i'm ready to go. >> thank you. spencer. >> see if it works out ochl of course the makeup will run. >> the latest new star tonight. >> the warriors trying to bounce back after the opening night flop. some interesting comments from a rather sensitive kevin
>> make it happen and that's the plan. >> last year we were probably at our best first month of the season. we were better the first month than the last. >> speaking of good road teams the raiders 4-0 away from home and have spent the entire week in sarasota florida. they beat jacksonville and will play tampa bay this sunday.
perfect time for the head coach to watch his son play for thegators tomorrow. for everybody wearing silver and black this is an extended business trip. >> we learned it last year and know how to do it. now it is about us keeping that process. we have to show up on sundays. >> we have a mission and keep reminding each other it is a business trip. don't get away from football. we still have a game on sunday. >> we are in for one reason to be here to prepare for this game. and really nothing else. no other agendas other than finding a way to beat the bucs somehow. cal football coach not happy at all last night. six days after double overtime win against oregon cal had a short week and midterms to deal with playing at usc on a thursday night. trojans racked up 451 yards at
the half. the most by any team this year and 629 total yards by the end of the night. ronald jones went wild. 223 yards in a 45-24 victory by the trojans. >> a travesty for whenever scheduled the game to schedule us in back-to-back weekday football games on six days rest to play a team on the road at night coming off of an open date. i hope that the pac-12 doesn't do that again to any other school. >> he's right. stanford is at arizona tomorrow night. former cal bear anderson knee buckled in the win in houston overnight. he might be done for the year. the broncos placed him on injured reserve. he is out for eight weeks and only nine games left in the regular season. he had surgery on his knee kwled. he is hoping to come back in
time for the playoffs. how to save your gum if it accidentally falls out of your mouth. this is for soccer players only. felix who plays in the german league and it is like hackey sack with his gum. juggles it ten times before it go ez to the mouth. serious skill there. cub and indians are scoreless in the fifth and the cubs just escaped a bases-loaded jam. the highlights at 9:00 and 11:00. >> look forward too that. thank you. join us tonight on 13. coming up tesla ceo elon musk's big reveal. what he announced could change the way we put a roof over our heads. >> and 11 days until election day. hillary clinton responds to the fbi bombshell on her e-mails. on abc 7 news at 11:00, we are working to gather reaction from bay area democrats and
republicans. and primetime lineup on abc 7. at 8:00 catch the it's a great pumpkin, charlie brown and then shark tank and 20/20. jimmy kimmel live on the. a few thoughts about what matters the long winding and weird road that has been this presidential election is nearing an end. one week from tuesday the candidates stop talking, yelling and give us a turn. in california that turn for your voice and your vote also includes a long list of statewide propositions. some are of vital importance and questions that voters probably should help decide like bond money for schools, or the death penalty. others can be confusing, misleading with competing measures that can muddy the murky waters of state government. some like prop 60 make you wonder why. why are we being asked to decide
whether porn stars should have to wear condoms while making movies. shouldn't that be a work place issue? after all voters were not asked if construction workers should have to wear hard hats and steel towed show shoes. california voters elected lawmakers to make the laws but what matters is they stop passing the buck on decisions they were put in power to make. follow me on twitter an facebook at danashley abc 7. >> that will do it for this edition of abc 7 news. look for breaking news on twitter and abc 7 news. >> we appreciate your time. >> see you again at 9:00 and 11:00.
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